Thank you for your interest in my services. Please copy and paste the following questions into an e-mail, take a moment to answer them, and send your answers to: email@example.com to help me determine whether my services are a good fit for your needs~
What is your name please? How old are you?
What is your height and weight?
What is your favorite form of exercise? How often do you exercise?
Do you smoke? If so, how much and what?
Do you drink? If so, how often?
Do you take recreational drugs? If so, what is your drug of choice?
Do you take any prescription medications? If so, what is it for? Does it seem to be helping?
Are you doing anything to consciously develop yourself spiritually?
Are you in a relationship? If so, how long have you been in the relationship?
Do you know if your partner is orgasmic? Are you satisfied with your sex life?
How are you hoping that you and/or your relationship will benefit by spending time with me?
Do you have any children? If so, what ages and sexes?
Do you know how to handle a child’s sexual curiosity in an appropriate and healthy manner?
*I would like to be very clear about why I am asking this question. Sometimes children, especially those who have been exploited or molested by someone, will behave very precociously and flirtatiously with adults. This often happens out of genuine trust and affection, in combination with a child's desire to learn and validate what they suspect healthy boundaries should be. There are some very important things that children need to learn from the adults:
1) Adults need to know how to kindly and gently set firm boundaries and teach children the importance of waiting until they are adults to have sex because healthy sexual relationships involve responsibilities that children are not capable of assuming yet.
2) Embarrassing or shaming the child is unnecessary. The adult needs to simply explain the importance of children waiting until they are old enough to assume the responsibilities that come with sexual relationships before getting involved sexually with anyone.
3) Adults need to demonstrate that being selective and choosing an appropriate compatible sexual partner is what leads to a happy, healthy, enjoyable relationship. It is very important for adults to refrain from becoming sexually involved with children in any way.
How old were you the first time you had a sexual experience?
Looking back on it today, how do feel about your first sexual experience?
Do you masturbate? If so, how often?
Is it difficult for you to get erection and have an orgasm?
Can you stay on the edge of an orgasm, or does it happen more quickly than you would like?
Are you circumcised? How do you feel about the size, shape and appearance of your penis?
Do you ever watch pornography? If so, how often?
Is there a specific type of pornography that appeals to you?
Do you have any fetishes?
Is there anything else I need to know, or you would like for me to know about you?
How would you like to be contacted for an appointment?